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Topic: mert alas and marcus piggott
Here’s our first look at Dutch supermodel Lara Stone in the Spring 2011 campaign for cK Calvin Klein (she’ll apparently be joined by Liu Wen in the next set of images). She was shot by power duo Mert & Marcus and styled by Karl Templer in the spare, fresh ads and almost succeeds in reminding us that Spring (and not Fall!) is just around the corner. Looks like we still have an NYFW hangover, after all. More
Carine Roitfeld’s final issue of French Vogue is coming and here’s our first glimpse of the cover. Looks like Carine decided to make a huge statement with this one. More
Miu Miu really drew this one out, but finally the complete set of images of the 2011 Mert and Marcus-lensed campaign are here. More
That was time consuming… sifting through ten years of fashion editorials: some beautiful, some renowned, some controversial and some straight-up unforgettable. Whatever the reason may be, here is (some of) the greatest fashion photography of the past ten years. And by greatest, of course we mean our favorite; if there’s anything we shouldn’t have missed, say so in the comments. This is Part II. Part I is here, Part III is on the way. More
That was time consuming: sifting through ten years of fashion editorials: some beautiful, some renowned, some controversial and some straight-up unforgettable. Whatever the reason may be, here is (some of) the greatest fashion photography of the past ten years. And by greatest, of course we mean our favorite; if there’s anything we shouldn’t have missed, say so in the comments. This is Part I, Part II and III are coming. More
The fish and chip shop girl from Manchester made her runway debut in 2006 and soared to stardom, going on to be one of the biggest mannequins in the world and face of Armani, Hugo Boss, Mulberry, Vivienne Westwood and Anna Sui. After a year or two of seeing her on every billboard, catwalk and campaign, Agyness suffered from overexposure, but it’s not her fault everybody wanted a piece of her… she’s a darling of Steven Meisel, has been muse to Burberry’s Christopher Baily and Henry Holland, and is known across the land for her eclectic style, tough-pretty features and ever-changing pixie cut. Whether or not we got sick of Agyness, she’s one of the most significant, ubiquitous faces of recent memory years. More
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One of the most sensational models that ever was: Gemma Ward floated onto the catwalks in 2003 (as a Prada exclusive, no less) and changed the game. She was followed by an endless stream of babydoll-faced models like Vlada Roslyakova, Heather Marks, Lily Cole, and Lisa Cant, all with wideset eyes, narrow jaws and tip-tilt pouts. None of them had quite the alien beauty and ethereal poise of Gemma, who went on to be the face of Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, YSL, Valentino, Louis Vuitton… She quit modeling in 2009 (though she’s rumored to return) after dominating the decade and making a permanent mark on fashion. More